Sustainable Investment Strategy: Considering Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Factors in Investment Decision Making


  • Chesilya Putri Wana Ranty State University of Malang, Indonesia
  • Sugeng Hadi Utomo State University of Malang, Indonesia
  • Imam Mukhlis State University of Malang, Indonesia
  • Agung Nugroho State University of Malang, Indonesia



Sustainable Investment, Environment, Social, Governance, ESG


Purpose This article aims to provide a deeper understanding of sustainable investing and how investors and companies can utilize this strategy to achieve their financial goals while promoting social responsibility and sustainability.

Method This research uses a literature review. The literature review method involves investigating, analyzing, and synthesizing information from literature sources relevant to the research topic, such as journal articles, books, research reports, official documents, and other sources that can provide an in-depth understanding of the consideration of ESG factors in making decisions. Investation decision.

Result The results of this research indicate a sustainable investment strategy that considers ESG factors in making investment decisions. Share an exploration of the ESG concept and the reasons why this strategy is important in the world of investment, and how ESG factors can be integrated into the investment decision making process. Based on these findings, the researcher provides a sustainable investment strategy that investors can use as a consideration in the decision-making process.

Novelty This research has never been conducted before because of the novelty of the data analysis methods and techniques used, making it possible for the results of this research to provide an overview of how ESG and its strategies are implemented in investment decisions.